23 November 2014

A Tutorial for Turkey Brining Season

Category: Cooking/Food — Posted by Michael at 2030

19-Cooked-TurkeyWhen I tell people that I brine my turkey before cooking it on Thanksgiving (or any other time I cook one) they first ask me why I do it and then they ask if it’s hard. A brined turkey is so much more moist. It holds all of its moisture so much better than a non-brined turkey. The brine also imparts some extra flavor to the bird. I’ve also found that it cooks faster. Is it hard? No, it’s not

So, just in time for Thanksgiving, I wrote a short tutorial describing how to brine your turkey and impress your family. There’s also a PDF copy of the recipe that you can download and print. As a bonus, it also includes my stuffing recipe.

You can check it all out at www.michaelgatti.com/turkeybrine. Enjoy and feel free to let me know how your turkey dinner turns out!

No Comments »

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a comment

Amish amusing Apple Beijing blogging China Christmas computers Connecticut covered bridges Dad Delaware Discovery Channel eBay Emil Gatti fall family family tree festival food Gloucester Township Google history holidays Macintosh Maryland New Jersey New York olympics Pennsylvania Philadelphia Photography photos pictures podcasts radio religion restaurants review Rhode Island security snow television Thanksgiving Torino travel TWiT Virginia web hosting Winter

©1997-2017 Michael Gatti